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1 ANNUAL REPORT

2 1853 The University of Melbourne established under University Act (Vic) 1855 Teaching begins with 16 students in a building on William Street Bachelor of Arts established 1857 Law school established 1872 education introduced by legislation First University college (Trinity) established 1879 University agrees to admit women 1895 Conservatorium of Music established 1911 School of Agricultural Sciences established 1919 School of Architecture established 1937 Union building constructed to allow students and staff to commune 1952 Iconic Wilson Hall destroyed 1959 Baillieu Library built 1975 at the University 2008 education: the Melbourne Model 1861 Faculty of Engineering established Ornamental lake formed to drain student society 1882 Wilson Hall built from sandstone in gothic style 1901 Number of students exceeds 1904 School of Dentistry established. Clarke 1906 of students 1924 accommodate increase in students 1925 established 1941 School of Forestry established in Creswick 1946 First Australian university to offer a PhD 1962 Faculty of Veterinary Science revived after 34-year hiatus 1988 College of Advanced Education 2011 First graduate cohort under new curriculum University of Melbourne celebrates 160th anniversary 160 years School of Medicine established 1864 Victoria s natural history collection transfers to the University 2

3 contents 07 CHANCELLOR S LETTER 08 THE YEAR IN REVIEW 10 HIGHLIGHTS 12 FIVE-YEAR STATISTICS 14 COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP 18 SENIOR OFFICERS 22 OUR PEOPLE 32 RESEARCH & RESEARCH TRAINING 48 STUDENTS & LEARNING 64 ENGAGEMENT 78 SUSTAINABILITY 86 ENABLERS 96 UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE Front Cover Photo couplets (from left to right): 104 STATUTORY REPORTING 122 REPORT ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 130 DISCLOSURE INDEX 133 USEFUL WEBSITES 134 INDEX Timeline Illustrated Australian News Australasian 13 April 1907)

4 THE MELBOURNE VISION

5 CHANCELLOR S LETTER The Hon Nick Wakeling, MP Minister for Higher Education and Skills 2 Treasury Place EAST MELBOURNE VIC March Dear Minister In accordance with the requirements of regulations under the Financial Management Act 1994, it gives me great for the year ending 31 December. was a year of celebration for the University of Melbourne as staff, students and alumni came together to commemorate the University s 160th anniversary and its achievements as Australia s leading university. Research at Melbourne Accelerator Program. Research strength was again demonstrated with the University ranking to focus on our core goals for research and teaching. business and other matters which regularly come before it. to contribute further to the University s success in Yours sincerely Elizabeth Alexander AM Chancellor 9

6 THE YEAR IN REVIEW Growing Esteem in The University s founding motto postera crescam laude is taken from a line in a Horace ode, and translated, means We shall grow in the esteem of future generations. Growing Esteem, seeks to achieve high renown for the University through the outstanding quality of its teaching and learning, research and research training, and engagement with communities at home and abroad. Growing Esteem was initiated as a strategy for the University community in 2005, refreshed in 2010, and marked for a further iteration of the strategy from 2014 after initial discussions this year. Research and Research Training University s research strategy Research at Melbourne: Ensuring Excellence and Impact to 2025, were brought into the University s active research agenda during. the University of 23 of a targeted 50 leading researchers. Rankings of World Universities international rankings Students and Learning culture of teaching and learning across our faculties and Admissions Rank (ATAR) increasing to for University of Melbourne undergraduate degree courses, its undergraduate courses from a high quality student coursework enrolments. Scholars Program for high achieving students, have and six national Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning were awarded to academic staff. Melbourne Curriculum, and beginner level Asian language Australia in the Asian Century Access and Equity inner-melbourne areas, 188 Victorian schools engaged in its outreach activities in. The Kwong Lee Dow in. Of those, half fell into the University s under- for Melbourne Access entry. In, enrolment offers students from remote or isolated areas and for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Engagement In its 160th year, the University strengthened its anniversary celebrations, Chancellor Elizabeth Alexander who had studied at the University as far back as the early 1930s. Over the course of the year, the number of formal bilateral agreements with leading universities outside Australia increased. The University also maintained its close international links through Universitas 21 and with institutions including Tsinghua University in University and Australia, with the graduation of 53 senior vibrant engagement with local scholars and students was facilitated through the Festival of Ideas, which in was led by Vice-Chancellor s Fellow Professor Fiona Stanley under the theme of The art and science of wellbeing. Commitment to Indigenous Australia The University continued to honour its commitment to Indigenous students from schools across Victoria from years 9 12 during. The Residential Indigenous to encourage mid-secondary Indigenous students to delivered by KPMG s Chairman Peter Nash, and the annual Narrm Oration in Melbourne by Professor Taiaiake Alfred from Canada s University of Victoria in British Columbia. The Campaign for the University of Melbourne for the University of Melbourne, was launched in May $285 million by the year s end given by more than the year, further events were held with alumni and friends University in. Sustainability In line with the University s aim to drive change, train sustainability, a framework to assist faculties to embed and strengthened in. A number of events are now a feature of the University calendar including Fair Trade Fortnight, Recycling Week, and World Environment Day. With students and staff working side by side, the Laboratory, which aligns sustainability-related research to installation of geothermal heating and cooling systems in a number of buildings. Energy reduction has also been a focus for the University ² annually. Enablers The University remains committed to establishing Building and Planning new building construction in the maintaining buildings, grounds and infrastructure. and continues to work toward its strategic aim, stated in Growing Esteem 2010, of having the highest staff by Following the inaugural staff survey in 2011, a levels. The University workforce increased by 110 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff, with academic staff increasing by Outlook Above all, these forces will require universities to better the year. The test for the University strategy will be to determine to the University s core goals of research, learning and and transform the way the University does business, world. Professor Glyn Davis AC Vice-Chancellor 10 11

7 HIGHLIGHTS OUR PEOPLE PAGE 25, 46 Professor Emeritus Graeme Clark was honoured with the prestigious Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award for developing the modern cochlear implant. PAGE 25 The Prime Minister s Prize for Science was awarded to Professor Terry Speed in recognition of his work in combining mathematics and statistics to assist researchers in tackling a range of computational problems in medicine and biology. PAGE 29 University of Melbourne graduate Kristijan Jovanoski was the recipient of a Victorian Rhodes Scholarship following the completion of his Masters of Philosophy degree in quantum physics. RESEARCH & RESEARCH TRAINING PAGE 34 International rankings in continued to place the University of Melbourne as a leading research university on the world stage. PAGE 35 The University of Melbourne topped the sector in Future Fellowships with 27 awards valued at $20.4 million. PAGE 44 A new breast cancer risk gene was discovered which explains the early-onset breast cancer in some multiplecase breast cancer families. STUDENTS & LEARNING PAGE 54, 62 university to join Coursera and following the introduction of several subject offerings was teaching to over students worldwide. PAGE 51 ENGAGEMENT PAGE 69 saw the launch of Believe The Campaign for ambitious fundraising effort ever undertaken by the University. PAGE 66, 76 The third biennial Festival of Ideas on the theme of the Art and Science of Wellbeing attracted an estimated participants. SUSTAINABILITY PAGE 80 The University launched the Green Roof Research Centre, which is working to investigate the ability of green roofs to act as natural air conditioners and mitigate the heat island effect of urban areas. PAGE 81 $1.75 million was invested in energy reduction and generation programs, delivering savings of approximately 2000 tonnes of CO ² and $ per year. ENABLERS PAGE 92 Release 1 of the Themis Enabling Excellence (TEE) program was launched in late with the aim to improve key University business processes and systems administration, procurement and business analytics. PAGE 88 The second staff survey saw an improvement from the inaugural 2011 survey in all aspects, including staff engagement, job satisfaction and organisational commitment. Access Melbourne offers and enrolments increased. As a result of the guaranteed entry for Access Melbourne applicants, there was an increase in enrolments of students from rural and isolated areas and from PAGE 51, 52 preference rankings placed four of the University s degrees in the top 10 most popular degrees

8 FIVE-YEAR STATISTICS Category Median ATAR for enroled students¹ Student Enrolments (EFTSL)² Total Load (EFTSL) 35,886 36,619 36,843 38,243 40,454 Research Higher degree 3,216 3,110 3,201 3,325 Postgraduate Coursework 8,289 14,983 Undergraduate 25,309 25,114 23,998 22,524 22,146 % Female Enrolment 54.3% 55.2% 55.0% 55.0% International Load (EFTSL) 10,130 10,143 10,159 10,652 % International 28.2% 28.9% DIISRTE-Funded including RTS 22,342 23,092 23,802 24,114 Award Completions ² Research Higher Degree (excl Higher Doct) PG Coursework 4,993 4,440 6,155 8,282 Undergraduate 8,231 8,563 8,431 Total 13,999 12,893 15,495 16,588 16,850 Staff FTE (March, including casuals) Academic (All) 3,405 3,448 3,613 Professionals (All) 3,993 3,913 4,196 4,520 4,569 Total 8,133 8,310 Student:Staff Ratio T&R Faculty Staff All Academic Faculty Staff Research Performance Indicators ² Research Income ($million) 365 Research Publications 4, Research Load (EFTSL) 3,220 3,110 3,201 3,325 ³ Financial Data ($million) Total Income 1, , , , , Net Result before Income Tax Net Result after Income Tax Sources of Income (%) 4 Australian Government Recurrant Financial Assistance 5 Other Australian Government Financial Assistance HECS-HELP (Govt and Student Payments) 8.5 FEE-HELP State Government Financial Assistance Fees and Charges Investment Income Donations and Bequests Other Income ¹ Both Commonwealth supported places and International on-shore included. ² Student Enrolments (EFTSL), Award Completions and Research Performance Indicators for are estimates. ³ Eligible completions means those included in RTS formula, excludes higher doctorates by publication. 4 Excludes deferred superannuation contributions. 5 Includes funding for the Commonwealth Grants Scheme, Joint Research Engagement Program, Research Training Scheme, Research Infrastructure Block Grants and Sustainable Research Excellence in Universities. 14

9 COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP Council is the governing body of the University of Melbourne and has oversight of the entire direction and superintendence of the University. Council was appointed pursuant to the Melbourne University Act 1958 and continued from 1 July 2010 under the terms of the new University of Melbourne Act CHANCELLOR MS ELIZABETH ALEXANDER AM BCom Melb. FAICD FCA FCPA Appointed to Council 2 October Re-appointed 15 April Elected Deputy Chancellor 1 January Elected Chancellor 8 April Field of experience: Business and accounting. Chair of Dexus Wholesale Property Ltd and Medibank. Director of Dexus Property Group. National President of Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. First Female National President of CPA Australia and VICE-CHANCELLOR PROFESSOR GLYN DAVIS AC BA NSW PhD ANU FASSA FIPAA Appointed Vice-Chancellor 10 January Past Chair of Universitas 21, and of Universities Australia. Director of Grattan Institute and Melbourne Theatre Company. Member of Supervisory Board of Menzies Centre for University s companies and controlled entities. No PRESIDENT OF ACADEMIC BOARD PROFESSOR RUTH FINCHER BA(Hons) Melb MA McMaster PhD Clark FASSA DFIAG as elected President of Academic Board for term of interests declared. PERSONS APPOINTED BY GOVERNMENT MR RICHARD BOLT BElectEng SAIT MPubPol&Man Monash Appointed 9 November Resigned 14 February. Field of experience: Business and government. Secretary of Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Director of Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership. Director of Schools Connect interests declared. JUSTICE SUSAN CRENNAN AC BA Melb. LLB Syd. PGDipArts Melb. First appointed Re-appointed 1 July. Resigned 9 December. Field of experience: Law. Appointed to High Court of Australia in November Served as Commissioner of Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. First female president of Australian Bar MS DEBORAH HARMAN BEd SCV Rusden, MEd Melb. Appointed 1 January. Field of experience: Education. MR ROBERT JOHANSON (Deputy Chancellor) BA LLM Melb. MBA Harv. Appointed 6 March Re-appointed 1 January. Elected Deputy Chancellor 8 April Field of and Adelaide Bank Limited, Australia India Institute, The Conversation, and Australian Friends of Asha. Director of Rural Bank, Grant Samuel Group, and The Robert Salzer Foundation. Member of Takeovers Panel. Vice-Chancellor Professor Glyn Davis (centre) with members of the University of Melbourne Council, front row (left to right) Professor Ruth Fincher, Robert Johanson, Eda Ritchie, Chancellor Elizabeth Alexander, back row (from left to right) Ross McPherson, Martyn Myer, Tony Peake, John Wilson 14 The Hon Justice John Middleton, Professor Robin Batterham 15

10 COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP MR TONY PEAKE BBus RMIT FCA Director of Methodist Ladies College. Adviser to Trustees of Marian and EH Flack Trust. Victorian Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia. Fellow of The Institute of Statements. MR JOHN WILSON BCom (Hons) Melb. CA CPA FFin PERSONS APPOINTED BY COUNCIL PROFESSOR ROBIN JOHN BATTERHAM AO BE PhD LLD (Hon) Melb. DSc (Hon) UTS Hon DEngin FAA FTSE FREng FNAE FCAE FSATW FAusIMM FIChemE FISS FAIM FAICD FIEAust CE CPE CSci AMusA Hon.MWIF and engineering. Board Member of MBD Energy. Chair of Advisory Panel Australia India Strategic Research Fund and declared. THE HON JUSTICE JOHN MIDDLETON LLB (Hons) Melb. BCL (Hons) Oxon. Australia. Board Member of Victorian Bar Foundation. Parttime Commissioner of Australian Law Reform Commission. MR MARTYN MYER AO BEng Swinburne MEngSc Monash MScM MIT Holdings Ltd. Director of Cranlana Programme. Chairman of CogState Ltd. Board Member of Melbourne Theatre of Australia. Board Member of Peet Caboolture Syndicate MS EDA RITCHIE GDipBus Monash AMusA Trustee of RE Ross Trust. Director of Melbourne University interests declared. MR ROSS McPHERSON (Deputy Chancellor) LLB (Hons) Melb. LLM Lond. FAIM FAICD of FoodBowl Unlimited Inc. Chair of Goulburn Valley Health Foundation. Member of Global Foundation Inc Advisory Council. Director and Treasurer of International News Media In addition to the expertise of Council members appointed 18

11 SENIOR OFFICERS SENIOR LEADERSHIP PRO VICE-CHANCELLORS DEANS SENIOR OFFICERS Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Glyn Davis AC BA NSW PhD ANU FASSA FIPAA Pro Vice-Chancellor and President of Academic Board Professor Ruth Fincher BA (Hons) Melb. MA McM. PhD Clark FASSA Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning Professor Tom Kvan BA MA Cantab. MArch UCLA PhD FRICS AAIA Executive Director (Admissions) BBus RMIT Provost Professor Margaret Sheil BSc (Hons) PhD UNSW FRACI FTSE Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) BSc (Hons) PhD Melb. FASSA Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) BMedSci MBBS MD W Aust. FRACP FRCPA FAA Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) Professor Susan Elliott MBBS MD Melb. FRACP Senior Vice-Principal Mr Ian Marshman BA (Hons) Melb. LLM ANU Mr Allan Tait BScoSci (Hons) Birm. ACA ACE&W Vice Principal (Advancement) Ms Sue Cunningham BA (Hons) Middx MA Oxon. Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President of Academic Board Professor Rachel Webster BSc (Hons) Monash MSC Sus. PhD Cantab. IAU ASA AAS Pro Vice-Chancellor (Equity and Student Engagement) BSc Melb. DipEd Melb SC Med Ded Melb. FACEA Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate Research) Professor Richard Strugnell BSc (Hons) PhD Monash FASM Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) Professor Simon Evans BSc (Hons) LLB (Hons) Syd. PhD Cantab. Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Lyn Yates BA (Hons) DipEd MA Melb. MEd Bristol PhD La Trobe FASSA (until March ) BPD BArch (Hons) PhD Melb. Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Collaboration) Professor Elizabeth Sonenberg BSc PhD Monash GDipComp Melb. Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Partnerships) Professor Mark Hargreaves BSc Melb. MA BallSU PhD Melb. FESSA FACSM Faculty of Arts Professor Mark Considine BA (Hons) PhD Melb. FASSA FIPAA Faculty of Business and Economics Professor Paul Kofman MEc PhD Erasmus Professor Zeger Degraeve BSc GhentLeuven (BE) PhD Chicago Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences BSc PhD Syd. FAA DSc FRCOG FMedSci Faculty of Science Professor Robert Saint BSc (Hons) PhD Adel. BSc (Hons) La Trobe. PhD ANU. Faculty of Veterinary Science Professor Ken Hinchcliff BVSc (Hons) Melb. MSc Wisconsin-Madison PhD Ohio DACVIM Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Professor Barry Conyngham AM BA MA (Hons) Syd. DMus Melb. CertPostdocStud, USCD. Melbourne Graduate School of Education Professor Field Rickards BSc (Hons) Melb. MEd VUManc. PhD Melb. FACEL FACE Executive Director (Engagement and Partnerships) Mr Adrian Collette AM BA LaTrobe MA Melb Executive Director (Human Resources) Ms Louise Doyle BEc (Hons) ANU Executive Director (Information Technology) and Chief Mr Sendur Kathirgamanathan BSc BEng RMIT MBA Monash Executive Director (Property and Campus Services) BArch RMIT Executive Director (Research) Dr David Cookson BSc (Hons) PhD Monash Academic Registrar BA (Hons) Sussex MBA RMIT Executive Director (Commercialisation) Ms Mariann Fee BA GDipEdAdmin Tas. Executive Director (University Programs) BA Tas. General Counsel, Legal Services Ms Saveria Dimasi BA (Econ) (Hons) LLB LLM Melb. University Librarian BA MBA GDipLibSc QIT AALIA University Secretary BA PhD Melb. Melbourne School of Engineering Professor Iven Mareels ir (electro-mechanical engineering) Ghent PhD ANU FTSE, FIEEE, FIEAust, CPEng Melbourne School of Land and Environment Professor Richard Roush BSc UC Davis PhD UC Berkeley Melbourne Law School Professor Carolyn Evans BA LLB (Hons) Melb. PhD Oxon

12 VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL Professor Glyn Davis AC VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL The Vice-Chancellor and Principal is the Appointed by Council, the Vice-Chancellor is responsible for the effective management and administration of the University and may exercise any of the powers of Council necessary for, or incidental to, the proper administration of the University. PROVOST Professor Margaret Sheil Pro Vice-Chancellor (Equity and Student Engagement) DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC) Professor Philippa Pattison DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR (ENGAGEMENT) Professor Susan Elliott Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR (RESEARCH) Professor James McCluskey Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate Research) Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Collaboration) SENIOR VICE-PRINCIPAL Mr Ian Marshman University Secretary Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Partnerships) PROVOST University and standing deputy to the Vice-Chancellor. The Provost leads the Melbourne Students and Learning division, which delivers a full range of student services and activities. The Provost is also responsible for academic DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLORS, PRO VICE- CHANCELLORS Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Pro Vice-Chancellors exercise leadership and general superintendence over the particular areas of the University indicated by their titles. The elected President and Vice-President of Academic Board are appointed by Council as Pro relation to academic governance and quality assurance of academic programs. SENIOR VICE-PRINCIPAL The Senior Vice-Principal is accountable to the Vice- Chancellor and Council for the overall management and physical resources, human resources, business affairs, legal matters and strategic planning. CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER University in accordance with the policies of Council, the law, and applicable accounting standards and practices. UNIVERSITY SECRETARY The University Secretary is secretary to Council DEANS The Deans are appointed by Council and are the They are responsible for the execution of University and local policies in relation to education, research and administration of their faculty or graduate school SENIOR EXECUTIVE Senior Executive is the University s principal management committee. The committee exercises authorities in relation to matters delegated to it by the Vice-Chancellor. Its membership comprises the Vice-Chancellor, President of Academic Board and other senior division accountability and associated authorities, including Deans. Senior Executive is responsible for overseeing development of University planning and budgeting and for monitoring performance and plans against budgets. Its activities and decisions are reported, where appropriate, to Council through the Vice-Chancellor and to Academic Board through the President. Memebrs of the University of Melbourne Senior Executive 20 21

13 OUR PEOPLE CHANGES IN ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL LEADERS IN Vice-President (Research) at Nanyang Technological University, and founding Dean of the Lee Kong Chian AO who retired after nearly a decade leading the Faculty. Prominent alumna and international biologist Professor Microbiology and Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine. She succeeds Professor Robert Saint, (Research Strategy) at the University of Adelaide. With the collaboration of the Faculty of Business and Economics and the Melbourne Business School, Dean of the Melbourne Business School Professor Zeger Degraeve Economics in May. Adrian Collette, who was made a member of the Board of the Australia Council for the Arts in, commenced his Ian Potter Museum of Art. Ms Gellatly came to the Art at the National Gallery of Victoria, bringing a wealth emerging Australian art. She succeeds Dr Chris McAuliffe, VICE-CHANCELLOR S FELLOWS Professor Steven Knight and Dr Caroline Rasmussen commenced as Vice-Chancellor s Fellows during. community. HIGH-ACHIEVING STAFF American Society of Animal Science American Feed Industry Association Award Dr Frank Dunshea (Chair of Agriculture) was awarded the American Society of Animal Science American Feed Industry Association Award in recognition of his research feedstuffs. Australia Day Honours Over 30 members of the University community were recognised in the Australia Day Honours List for. (Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning), Professor and Health Sciences) and Professor Abdullah Saeed (Faculty of Arts) were named Members of the Order of Australia. Australian Awards for University Teaching Nine staff received Citations for Outstanding Contributions University Teaching in recognition of their sustained and Ms Fiona Luck (Melbourne Graduate School of Education), Associate Professor Andrew Palmer (Law), Dr Helen Stokes (Melbourne Graduate School of Education), Associate Professor Lea Waters (Melbourne Graduate School of Education), and Professor Mary Wlodek (Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences/ Melbourne School of Graduate Research). Australian Institute of Physics Awards the AIP Outstanding Service to Physics Award, (School of Physics) received the AIP Walter Boas Medal, also awarded in, in recognition of his Australian Physiotherapy Association Branch Award Associate Professor Linda Denehy (School of Health Association (APA) Branch Award in recognition of her and research methods. Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowships Professor Lloyd Hollenberg (School of Physics) and and Statistics) have been named Australian Laureate Research Council. (Director of the Melbourne Neuroscience Institute) for his over three decades. Bronwyn Jane Adams Memorial Award Tracey Claire (School of Film and Television) and Dr Katrin Steinack (Melbourne Law School) were awarded the of the University. Bulgari Art Award International, Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music) won the Bulgari Art Award for his artwork Imagine a Raft (Hard Rubbish 4+5). Bupa Health Foundation Awards () Foundation in recognition of their contributions Case Circle of Excellence Awards The Melbourne Medical School s 150th Anniversary Program won Gold in the Council for Advancement Awards. The gold award recognised the quality of engagement with alumni, including international reach, Student Ambassador Program. Case Europe Distinguished Service Award Distinguished Service Award for in recognition of her service to cultural and university advancement. Commander in the Order of the Crown of Belgium Professor Iven Mareels (Melbourne School of Engineering) was named a Commander in the Order of the Crown of Belgium for meritorious services in engineering and science. David Syme Research Prize () into how immune cells within the gut, known as MAIT autoimmune disease. Dublin Prize () The Dublin Prize, for contributions to the arts, music, literature and sciences, was awarded in to music outstanding contributions. Durham International Senior Research and Policy and Enterprise Fellowship Endeavour Research Fellowship Dr Scott Flower (School of Social and Political Science) in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Britain. Eureka Science Awards Biomolecular Engineering) received the Eureka Prize nanomaterials for medicine. Professor Lloyd Hollenberg and colleagues won the University of New South Wales won the University of New South Wales Eureka Prize for way for new treatments and vaccines for tuberculosis and irritable bowel syndrome. The Macquarie University Eureka Prize for Outstanding Young Researcher was 24 OUR PEOPLE OUR PEOPLE 25

14 OUR PEOPLE European Stroke Conference (ESC) Young Investigator Award Dr Andrew Bivard (Melbourne Brain Centre) received the of stroke-affected brain regions following treatment to Excellence in Teaching Awards () School of Graduate Research) Edward Brown Award Dr Sean Pinder (Business and Economics) Norman Curry Award for Innovation and Excellence in Educational Programs Dr Liam Connell, Dr Katherine Firth and Ms Peta Freestone Barbara Falk Award Associate Professor Michelle Foster (Melbourne Law School), and Dr Melanie Plesch (Melbourne Conservatorium of Music) Patricia Grimshaw Award for Mentor Excellence Professor Gordon Lynch (Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences) Rio Tinto Award for Excellence and Innovation in Indigenous Higher Education Dr Wayne Atkinson (Arts) Dentistry and Health Sciences) Fellow of the Royal Society and Statistics and the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society for his work in bioinformatics. Fellows of the American Association for Cancer Research Academy Professor Suzanne Cory and Professor Emeritus Donald Metcalf (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) have been American Association for Cancer Research Academy. Florey Prize by the Australian Association of Medical Research Institute in recognition of her work on a rotavirus vaccine. Fulbright Scholarships Dr Michelle Evans (Melbourne Business School) was of her commitment to achieving excellence, while seeking Gerry Baretto Award for Outstanding Student Services (Melbourne Students and Learning); and to Hero Library). GlaxoSmithKline Award for Research Excellence for Research Excellence by GlaxoSmithKline for her work Gold Medal a Gold Medal by Chancellor Elizabeth Alexander for his Hamer Scholarships Thomas Bray (Melbourne Law School) and William McCallum (Asialink) were awarded the Victorian language. Senior Lecturer Dr Hemanta Doloi (Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning) was recognised by the Australian International Human Rights and Nursing Award Beth Hatch (Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences) was awarded the International Centre for Nursing Ethics International Human Rights and Nursing Award for her contribution to HIV and sexual health nursing in Australia. IPAA Fellow Government) has been recognised as a distinguished the Institute of Public Administration Australia (Victoria). Jaeger Medal Professor Roger Powell (School of Earth Sciences) sciences in recognition of his work in understanding the Kellion Award Professor Peter Colman was awarded the Australian Diabetes Society Kellion Award in recognition of his contribution to diabetes research, clinical and service areas in Australia. Lasker-Debakey Clinical Medical Research Award Professor Emeritus Graeme Clark was honoured with a Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award for La Trobe University Distinguished Alumni Award Professor Tony Bacic was awarded the La Trobe University Distinguished Alumni Award in recognition of his work Leonard Cox Award Neurology) was awarded the Leonard Cox Award for his research in neurology. Mahathir Science Award Research in recognition of his contribution to understanding malaria. Masters from the World Gastroenterology Organisation Professor Finlay Macrae (Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences) was awarded a Masters from the World Gastroenterology Organisation in recognition of his world regions. Melbourne Awards was awarded the Melbourne Award for Contribution to Community by an Individual. Melbourne Neuroscience Institute Fellowship The Melbourne Neuroscience Institute (MNI) has awarded John Monash Scholarship community. Moran Medal Statistics) was awarded the Moran Medal for research NAIDOC Scholar of The Year Dr Mark McMillan (Melbourne Law School) was named Scholar of the Year in the National NAIDOC award issues in the wider community. Open Source Software World Challenge of the world s endangered languages. Pearcey Hall of Fame Professor Rod Tucker was inducted into the Pearcey Hall of Fame in recognition of his achievements in the information technology and telecommunications (ICT) industry and lifetime commitment to ICT research and industry in Australia. Planning Institute Australia (Victoria) Planning Excellence Award Dr Alan March (Associate Dean Undergraduate, Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning) was awarded the Cutting Edge Research and Teaching Award for his The Democratic Plan: Analysis and Diagnosis. Premier s Award for Health and Medical Research Health and Medical Research for his groundbreaking work on colorectal cancer. Prime Minister s Prize for Science The Prime Minister s Prize for Science was awarded and Statistics) for his work combining mathematics and statistics to assist researchers in tackling a range of 26 OUR PEOPLE OUR PEOPLE 27

15 OUR PEOPLE Queen s Birthday Honours Petro Georgiou (Vice-Chancellor s Fellow), Professor Shirley McKechnie (VCA), Emeritus Professor Alan Robson (LH Martin Institute), and Professor Antonio Sagona Professor Sagona was made a Member of the Order service to the Parliament of Australia, to multiculturalism and human rights advocacy, and to the community. of Australia for distinguished service to tertiary education through governance and administrative roles, to the the community. Ramaciotti Medal Professor Douglas Hilton (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) was awarded the Ramaciotti Medal for Excellence in Biomedical Research in recognition of his contributions Research Master Award The Early Career Academic Committee within the Melbourne Graduate School of Education was awarded the Research Master Award for Excellence in Research Management in recognition of their efforts Richard Von Weizsäcker Fellowship of Education) was awarded a Richard von Weizsäcker in recognition of his contributions to the Robert Bosch Institute. Ridgway Method Excellence Award Ridgway Method Excellence Award in recognition of their ongoing consistency, clinical business success, and excellent standard of service for clients. Robert Ellery Lectureship Professor Rachel Webster (School of Physics) was of her contribution to observational and theoretical Robert Sommer Medal Sig Best Article Award Professor Simon Marginson was awarded the Annual Higher Education in East Asia and Singapore: Rise of the Confucian Model. Sir James Darling Medal Dean of Education Professor Field Rickards (Melbourne Graduate School of Education) received the Australian in Australia for his ground-breaking work in teacher Tucker Medal Professor Geoffrey Blainey was awarded the University s inaugural Tucker Medal in recognition of his substantial contributions to the University, the Faculty of Arts, and to Universitas 21 Award for Internationalisation Universitas 21 Award for Internationalisation in recognition of her outstanding individual effort towards Universitas 21 Fellowships Dr Saman Halgamuge (School of Engineering), Mr Dean Merlino (Faculty of VCA and MCM), and Dr Stanislav Roudavsk (Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning) Universitas 21 Scholarships and Dr Simon Kerr (Melbourne Research) received Research Award Professor Patrick McGorry (Centre for Youth Health contributions to the understanding of mental illness and the advancement of treatments. Victorian Prizes for Science and Innovation The Victorian Prizes for Science and Innovation were awarded to Professor Alan Cowman (Walter and Eliza Hall of Medical Biology) in recognition of their life-long of research. Victorian Women s Honour Roll was inducted into the Victorian Women s Honour Roll adolescent health. Women in Science Fellowships Dr Kathryn Holt (Bio21 Institute) was awarded a L Oreal study the whole genome of deadly bacteria and how they Young Tall Poppy Science Awards Naik (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) were recognised commitment to communicating science. HIGH-ACHIEVING STUDENTS Alltech Young Scientist Award PhD student Nimesha Fernando (Melbourne School Graduate Winner of the Alltech Young Scientist Awards Australia-at-Large Rhodes Scholarship (Mentioned in ) Australian Medical Association s Indigenous People s Scholarship Graduate student Ngaree Blow (Doctor of Medicine) was awarded the Australian Medical Association s Indigenous Indigenous Australians. Cambridge Australia Scholarships Seven students were awarded Cambridge Australia Myfwany Wood. Charlie Perkins Scholarship Bachelor of Environments graduate Sarah Rees was and in the nation generally. Chancellor s Prize for Excellence: In the Chancellor s Prizes for Excellence in a PhD Thesis were awarded to Marcus Doherty (School of Physics) for The theory of the nitrogen-vacancy colour centre in diamond Dean Freestone (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) in the United States, Canada and Australia Peng Lei (Pathology, The Florey Institute) for neurodegenerative diseases Cornelius Regan Trust Awards Katy Greenland (Faculty of the VCA and MCM), Estelle Kane (Faculty of Science), Emily Murray (Melbourne Graduate School of Education), and Dr Mihai Tanase (Melbourne School of Engineering) were awarded the Cornelius Regan Trust Awards. 28 OUR PEOPLE OUR PEOPLE 29

16 OUR PEOPLE Duke of Edinburgh Award Adrian Chi Ho Yeung (Faculty of Arts) was one of eleven Graduate Student of the Year Rosey Billington (School of Languages and Linguistics), Graduate Student of the Year Award. Imagine 2033 Four students were awarded the inaugural Imagine 2033 Fundamentals of the Modern Society: Friedrich von Watson. Linden Postcard Show Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) student Kenny Pittock won the Linden Postcard Show for his work Clingy Ex-Boyfriend. Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholars Award Desmond (Ke) Wang won the Marconi Society Paul Baran wireless technology. Maritime Australia Innovation Award has won the Maritime Australia Innovation Award technologies and innovation. Melbourne Press Club/Siemens Award For Student Journalism Presented in, Matthew Pierri won the Melbourne Press Club/Siemens Award for Student Hope and Healing. John Monash Scholar University of Melbourne graduate Kate Smith was named of Environmental Engineering at Tsinghua University in Keith and Elisabeth Murdoch Travelling Fellowships Five Victorian College of the Arts students were awarded Aviva Endean, Matthew Greaves, Shelly Lauman, Hamish Macdonald, and Glyn Roberts. Picchi Award received the Picchi Award for Excellence for Cancer Prime Minister s Australia Asia Awards Three students were awarded the Prime Minister s Asia ties between Australia and its neighbours: Andrew Yusu Cheng (PhD candidate), Asako Saito (Bachelor of Arts and (PhD candidate). Prime Minister s Australia Asia Outgoing Scholarships Two students were awarded the Prime Minister s Australia and Danielle Mileo (Master of Architecture student) the Report it Right And WIN! Award Luke Voogt won the Victorian Government s Report it Right and WIN! excellence and investigation into the lack of disability access at Geelong Station. Speaker s University Challenge The Melbourne University Debating Society (MUDS) Members of the winning team were Tim Blair, Tech23 Awards University of Melbourne 2Mar Robotics (founded by Marita Cheng), and 121Cast won eight Tech23 awards. 3 Minute Thesis Award in this year s 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Grand Final Tropfest Award Victorian College of the Arts Film and Television Masters We ve All Been There. Uni Shorts Film Festival First Contact, directed by VCA student Matthew Richards, won the Postgraduate Fiction category and Best Film Overall/Audience award at the Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival. ACADEMY FELLOWS Australian Academy of the Humanities Australian Academy of Science Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia University s Strategic Australian Postgraduate Award Yvette Maker was awarded a Strategic Australian Postgraduate Award in recognition of her work in the Victorian International Research Scholarship PhD candidates Wolfram Haller and Maria Tanzer were scholars and their contributions to Victoria s diverse multicultural society. Victorian Rhodes Scholarship Associate Professor Janet Fletcher School of Language and Linguistics Associate Professor David Goodman Associate Professor Scott McQuire School of Culture and Communication Professor Michael Sandiford Melbourne Energy Institute Professor Geoffrey Taylor ARC Centre of Excellence For Particle Physics at the Terascale Professor Warwick Anderson Honorary Professor Professor Nick Haslam School of Psychological Sciences Professor Yoshihisa Kashima School of Psychological Sciences 30 OUR PEOPLE OUR PEOPLE 31

17 CELEBRATING 160 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE was a year of celebration for the University of Melbourne as staff, students and alumni came together to commemorate the University s achievements as Australia s leading university, and the oldest in Victoria. Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne celebrated its 160th anniversary in. The year of celebration culminated with two special events. In October, Chancellor Elizabeth Alexander played host to a golden alumni event in recognition of esteemed members of the University community who attended as far back as the early 1930s. Then in December, Vice-Chancellor Glyn Davis joined a full complement of academic and professional staff, from University campuses across the state, in a lunchtime celebration on the South Lawn. Staff were treated to a multicultural selection of delicacies, enjoyed roaming performances by students from the Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts and the Conservatorium of Music, had their photographs taken with colleagues in the 160th anniversary photo booth, and took away with them a gift of 160 Years: 160 Stories. The 160 Years: 160 Stories collection features biographies of some of the University s most well-known and respected individuals and unsung heroes and heroines. It was specially updated for the 160th anniversary by Professor Peter A great afternoon after a great year was had by all. celebrations on the Parkville campus in December 30

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19 RESEARCH & RESEARCH TRAINING Research at Melbourne: Ensuring Excellence and Impact to 2025 University to be a leading research institution, the strategy Melbourne s research. sustainability and resilience. These challenges offer University researchers the research settings and enablers. In several initiatives to attract and retain the best fellows. The year saw the launch of the ambitious Research at strategy which aims to recruit 50 leading researchers to the University. To date, 23 researchers have been to be made in Recognising that collaboration introduces new and valuable insights, seed funding was awarded in to School of Government and the maturing Carlton Connect On the international front, the International Research and funding in, which focused on establishing and further RESEARCH PERFORMANCE rankings University of Melbourne as a leading research university on the world stage, and number one ranked university in Australia: In the Academic Ranking of World Universities Melbourne was ranked equal 54th worldwide and as the most rigorous for establishing research quality. world university rankings to 31st in the world, from 36th last year. in the National Taiwan University (NTU) Ranking, World Universities. Melbourne, now ranked Australian leader and is the only Australian university In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the University of Melbourne was ranked 28th in. Research funding delivers positive outcomes well in the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and Australian Research Council (ARC) grants commencing in In total, the University received around $130 million across all Federal Government- global relevance. The University was awarded 139 grants totalling Melbourne s performance for key national research indicators funding and the number of grants awarded are marginally outcome was achieved when national success rates were million to $420 million. $264 million. For the University to hold its ground under these circumstances, and earn an even greater share of from the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. Grant funding for the Faculty increased by over rounds, receiving $54.1 million across the Discovery, Discovery Indigenous, Discovery Early Career Researcher schemes. Melbourne achieved an outstanding result in reinforced with an excellent result for DECRAs 19 awards at $23.5 million. Although marginally down on the round (68 grants, $24.8 million), the result delivered some Lion s share of federal funding for research In, he University continued to receive the highest Government funds from the Research Block Grant based six schemes: Research income $ million National rank % of total Research publications Weighted score National rank % of total Australian Postgraduate Awards ($28.2 million) Sustainable Research Excellence ($22.9 million) ($2.3 million). A number of sources contribute to the University s the highest nationally contributed to a University $69.6 million. In addition, an amount of $11.6 million was research training in was an estimated $1062 million, Research income Research higher degree load EFTSL National rank Research higher degree completions (Eligible)* Number National rank 365 (est) n/a n/a 5000 (est) n/a n/a 3325 (est) n/a n/a % % % % % % % 2 1 *Refers to those included in the RTS formula, excludes higher doctorates by publication. millions $ RESEARCH & RESEARCH TRAINING RESEARCH & RESEARCH TR AINING 37

20 RESEARCH & RESEARCH TRAINING Research expenditure millions $ COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH Major collaborative partnerships deliver positive research outcomes research organisations, the community, government and Centre for Social Natural User Interface Research opened Microsoft and the University of Melbourne announced a The Centre for Social Natural User Interface Research at the University of Melbourne is an $8 million collaboration over three years. that combine voice, gesture recognition, eye gaze, body NUI technologies so that they are natural, intuitive and The McCoy Project: Strengthening a time-honoured partnership with Museum Victoria Throughout, the University worked with Museum between the two institutions, one that dates back to the 1850s. In May more than 100 researchers from both organisations attended a Research Discovery Day, activity. This was followed by the launch of the McCoy University and inaugural director of Museum Victoria. beyond the academic and museum communities. The University and Museum Victoria established the McCoy Seed Fund to be allocated over the next three falling within four broad themes: Communicating research: teaching and learning for schools and communities through museums and collections role Science and Indigenous knowledge. Extending the partnership with IBM and the University of Melbourne into the area of disaster management with the launch of the Australia Disaster and analyse data by running simulations and creating based decision making. In November, IBM and the and engaged the US-based Association of Public Safety collaborators. continuing its engagement activities, which includes the in science, technology, engineering, and maths. University partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services continues to deliver improved outcomes wellbeing, workforce resilience and service systems through evidence-based innovation. Highlights in service delivery within ethnic communities, and the in the region. Carlton Connect Initiative promises positive advancements in sustainability The vision for the Carlton Connect Initiative (CCI) is to of the most intractable sustainability and social resilience challenges. In, the University of Melbourne as a the State Government after having lain vacant for several years. The site will form the heart of the CCI, and during with a refurbishment of the existing building on the corner including consultation with key stakeholders including the local community and state and local government authorities. and urban futures. The release of a Water Innovation initiatives to foster a stronger culture of innovation and businesses. CCI will continue to gain momentum and scale in 2014 and as a semi-autonomous body within the University. This Information and Communications Technology Australia (NICTA) Centre of Excellence. First round of International Research and Research Training Fund allocated The International Research and Research Training Fund activities involving collaborators based in one or more Chile, China, Germany, and India. Melbourne-India Postgraduate Program Launched in November, the Melbourne-India available in both countries. Australian-German College of Climate & Energy Transitions With the launch of the Australian-German College in, 38 RESEARCH & RESEARCH TRAINING RESEARCH & RESEARCH TR AINING 39

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